Ontario revising feed-in tariff program after WTO appeal rejected

Now that Ontario has lost its appeal against the World Trade Organization (WTO) ruling that its domestic content provisions in its feed-in tariff program violated international trade laws (see the May 9, 2013 LRSSJ), the province is revising the law to modify those requirements; initial reports d...

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